PM&M / Resources / Misrepresented #1 :

Category 'Shields'

Mark Image #1
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark, a crowned shield containing crossed arrows with '1908-1912' addition.
(Picture by Mariette Van den Munckhof-Vedder)
Mark Image #2
Unknown
Mark used on reproductions: lion and gryphon flanking a shield.
Mark Image #3
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark dubbed AD1764, here the monochrome version. Found on same items as WL1895, JBT1906, etc.
Mark Image #4
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark dubbed AD1764, here an example of the multicolor version.
Mark Image #5
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark dubbed 'FAC v3'. Stylized crown above pseudo-shield containing the letters 'FAC'. There are also two crossed swords marks that use the same letters.
Mark Image #6Crowned above a pseudo-shield containing the letters 'N.P.S.K.', all surrounded by 'DOW SIE COT URE'.
Mark Image #7Crowned shield surrounded by a laurel wreath, the shield contains the letters 'N.P.S.K.'.
Mark Image #8
Unknown (Asia)
Repro mark dubbed LRIA1898, crowned shield surrounded by a laurel wreath. Found on same items as WL1895, JBT1906, etc.
(Picture by Joe Terni)
Mark Image #9Repro mark dubbed WL1895, crowned shield surrounded by a laurel wreath. Note the 'WL' and '1895'.
Mark Image #10Repro mark dubbed AM1895. Nearly the same as before but made for another distributor, hence 'AM' and '1895'.
Mark Image #11Repro mark dubbed GM1898, from the same 'family' as the WL1895 mark.
Mark Image #12Repro mark. The 'NZ' stands for Neundorf Zierporzellan.
Mark Image #13
Unknown
Winged helmet placed on a shield, all above 'DRESDEN'.
Mark Image #14
Unknown
Lion and griffon flanking a shield containing a capital 'W', all above 'BAVARIA'.
Mark Image #15
Unknown
Shield containing a lion between hearts, all above 'WEIMAR'.
Mark Image #16Arnart's 'beehive' mark classified as 'shield'? Yes, because what most people know as 'beehive' actually represents the so-called Bindenschild.

 


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